In the process of identifying the presence of phonotactics
characterize this as a manifestation rather than the result of this comparison, it can imply a new fact that ISPs are actually a separate language groups.
Mataim Bakar and Faridah Haji Mohammad 2009 The Phonotactics
of Brunei Malay: An Opitmality Theoretic Account.
is a prelexical cue relevant for segmentation and lexical access and thus playing a crucial role during word learning.
Here North American and European linguists consider sonority in the contexts of phonotactics
, phonetics, language acquisition, sign language, and computational modeling.
Puu Puu is an invented onomatopoeic term that conforms to Kaurna phonotactics
and neighborhood activation in spoken word recognition.
Phonetics, Phonology, Phonotactics
and Prosody, Oulu.
A corpus-based reappraisal of the role of biomechanics in lexical phonotactics
This made it prestigious to retain the phonotactics
of the lending language.
This experiment was identical to the Dutch experiment, except that the pseudowords conformed to the phonotactics
of German, and that we spelled the words in the conventional spelling of German, rather than in the International Phonetic Alphabet, because we did not know whether all our participants would be sufficiently familiar with the International Phonetic Alphabet.
The Arabic forms suggest that there was originally no vowel, since "[t]here is no reason to posit a deletion of initial-syllable *i in Pre-Arabic (*bin>bn), thus giving rise to the cluster observed in these forms, whereas it is quite plausible that the *i found in ben and binu constitutes an innovation having the same effect as the Arabic wasl-syllable--the resolution of an initial cluster which came to be prohibited by the phonotactics
of Pre-Hebrew and Pre-Akkadian.
Broader linguistic concept: minimalism, mechanisms of linguistic change, multilingualism, obligatory contour principle, optimality theory, orality, phonetics, phonology, phonology: metrical, phonotactics
, phraseology, polarity, pragmatics, prosody.